Foundation Fund Contributors

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Foundation Fund Contributors


This list includes individuals, associations, organizations and corporations who contributed $25 or more to the MTNA FOUNDATION FUND the period of January 1-December 31, 2004

* Deceased

Founders Society Platinum Circle

$10,000 or More

Gibson Musical Instruments Yamaha Corporation of America

Founders Society Gold Circle

$5,000-9,999

Iris and Morty Manus

Founders Society Silver Circle

$2,500-4,999

Missouri MTA

Warner Bros. Publications

Jane S. Bastien

Sylvia Shepherd

Benjamin Whitten

Founders Society Bronze Circle

$1,000-2,499

Illinois State MTA

Texas MTA

Anonymous

R. Wayne Gibson

MarySue Harris

Gary L. Ingle

Natalie Matovinovic

Ruth Pitts

Benefactor $500-999

Pennsylvania MTA

Southern Iowa MTA

Wisconsin MTA

WMTA Foundation, Inc.

Rita Bee

Barbara B. Dixon

James B. Dula

Lisa Dula

Joan M. Reist

Barbara H. Wasson

Guarantor $250-499

Austin District MTA

Chicago Area MTA

Colorado MTA

Florida State MTA

Illinois State MTA Salt Creek Chapter

Indiana MTA

Iowa MTA

Kansas MTA

Main Line MTA

Miami MTA

Michigan MTA

New Jersey MTA

Ohio MTA

Ohio MTA Southwest District

Omaha MTA

Oregon MTA

Pikes Peak MTA

South Carolina MTA

South Metro Atlanta MTA

Utah MTA

Washington State MTA South King County Chapter

Wyoming MTA

Samuel H. Adler

E. Ruth Ayers

Jerelen Bartone

Digby Bell *

Marge Bengel

Gail J. Berenson

Jan Bordeleau

Paul Bordeleau

Sandra L. Carnes

Constance K. Carroll

Benjamin D. Caton

Maria Chong

Brian K. Chung

Sylvia Coats

Peter F. Collins

Rebecca Hardy Corley

Raymond A. Cramer

Keeli D. Droege

Barbara Atherton DuFresne

Thomas L. Ediger

Ruth S. Edwards

Virginia J. Folsom

Anna Harriette Foshee

Raymond Friday

Charlynne Harris Fry

Joan B. Gathercoal

Louise L. Goss

Harriet Green

Christine A. Groth

Mano R. Hardies

Karen J. Harrington Piano Studio

David, Carol, Joe, Annie and Peter Adelson

Thomas, Julie, Emily and Andrew Adelson

Lu Chien, Tsungyu, Candice, Eric and Jonathan Chou

Greg, Brooke, Robyn and Carly Coney

Charles, Paulet and Joshua Garrett

Michael, Yungfei, Kevin and Brian Jan

Michael, Cynthia, Morgan and Aubree Jones

David, Julia, Luke and Lauren Leifeste

George, Sally and Mattie Lippe

Donald, Melinda and Walker McKinney

Steve, Debbie and Ashley Rose

Cheryl and Sally Ulmer

Kathleen A. Herber

Maurice Hinson

Sue H. Holder

Mary W. Hood

Rebecca G. Johnson

Bruce Kiessling

Elizabeth Anne Kimball

Donna Battista Kligerman

Arlene Krueger

Peggy J. Lewis

Carolyn B. Malnes

Wilda Gene Marcus

Jennifer Martin

Ellen Masaki

Steven P. Menaker

Elizabeth Nelms

Jon R. Nelson

Nancy R. O'Brien

Florence F. Peacock

Sida Roberts

Coila R. Robinson

Debra Ronning

B.J. Rosco

Paul Rosenthal

Martha K. Smith

Christine Steiner

Auda Marie Thomas

Richard G. VanDyke

Jammie Wileman

Sustainer $100-249

Arizona Study Program (Affiliated with ASMTA)

Athens MTA

Baton Rouge MTA

Capital Area MTA

Central Arkansas MTA

Lehigh Valley Chapter of MTA

Nebraska Summer Music Olympics

Carol M. …

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